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Jenelle Evans Calls Out Farrah Abraham Over Faux Beau



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[caption id="attachment_65975" align="aligncenter" width="665"]Jenelle Evans Calls Out Farrah Abraham Over Faux Beau Jenelle Evans Calls Out Farrah Abraham Over Faux Beau[/caption]Jenelle Evans and Farrah Abraham have both gone a long way in their efforts to entrench female stereotypes about cattiness and shallowness.

Their rivalries made for decent ratings on a reality TV show about baby mamas with each woman trading criticisms with each other about their personal conduct and even in how they parent their children.

Since Abrahams time on "16 and Pregnant" she has had a difficult time finding gainful employment. Abraham has turned to pornography to sell sex tapes of her flashing her large size implants. Jenelle Evans has remained on the show, but her personal life has gotten very messy. She married Courtland Rogers and separated a year later.

She is now dating another man, but is still married to Rogers.

With that backdrop, Evans is criticizing Abraham for trying land a spot on the reality TV show "Couples Therapy". Why is she against Abraham being on the show? Because Abraham doesn't have a boyfriend. Abraham tried to get Brian Dawe to be her faux beau for the purpose of landing the reality TV show spot.

Dawe has confirmed this himself. He initially agreed to do it, but backed out at the last minute. For her part, Evans took the occasion to rub the incident in Abrahams face. As of this writing, Abraham has not responded back to Evans.

On the Web:
Jenelle Evans Slams Farrah Abraham For ‘Fake’ Boyfriend On Couples Therapy

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